Skip to main content

Full text of "Roll of Honour"

See other formats


NATIONAL- BANK- OF 
SCOTLAND LIMITED 



RGLLof HONOUR 



,<;# 



National Library of Scotland 

illlllllllillilllllll 

*B000433659* 



Hecfc.aoss/T.^gfe 






A. 






The NATIONAL B 
I OF SCOTLAND LTgL, • 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 
in 2013 



http://archive.org/details/rollofhonour1921nati 



TO COMMEMORATE 

THE MEMBERS OF THE STAFF OF 

THE NATIONAL BANK OF SCOTLAND 

LIMITED 

WHO SERVED IN THE GREAT WAR 
1914-1918 



iW 



■: , 



THE Memorial Tablet is erected in the vestibule of 
the Head Office, and will be a lasting tribute to 
the memory of the members of the Bank's Staff who laid 
down their lives for their country's freedom, and whose 
loss is mourned not only by the relatives but by their 
colleagues. 

The Tablet was unveiled by The Governor of the 
Bank, His Grace the Duke of Montrose, K.T., on 
22nd December 1921, in presence of the Deputy Governor 
and Directors, and a large gathering of relatives and friends 
of those whose names are recorded on the Tablet, and many 
members of the present Staff. 

The Chairman of the Board of Directors introduced 
His Grace, who said : 

" I have the honour to unveil this Memorial to the 78 Members 
of the Staff of The National Bank of Scotland who, at the call of 
King and Country, left all that was dear to them, endured hardship, 
faced danger, and then finally passed out of sight of men by the 
path of duty, giving up their own lives that others might live in 
freedom. 

" When the burden of War first bore heavily upon the Country, 
the response to the call of duty from every profession was nobly 
made, and without counting the cost and with no idea of self- 
interest, the flower of our manhood gave up all that they had for their 
Country's cause. They won the Victory and the Victor's Crown. 

" Only those who have seen the devastated regions of France 
and Belgium can fully realise from what horrors these brave men 
saved their Country. They fought with grim determination, as 
Lord Haig said, with their backs to the wall, and their gallant 
deeds will be recorded for all time in the Annals of the British 
Army. 

iii 



" I should like to quote a sentence from an address delivered 
by General Currie, commanding the Canadian troops, on the eve of 
one of the great advances in 1917. I think this quotation conveys 
a word of comfort to those who have been bereaved of their dear 
ones. General Currie said : ' To those about to fall, I say you will 
not die, but enter into immortality ; your mothers will have been 
proud to have borne such sons. You will be revered for ever and 
ever by a grateful Country, and God Almighty will take you into 
His keeping/ 

" Any observations I have been privileged to make to-day 
must in the natural course of events shortly be forgotten, but this 
Memorial will remain in perpetuity as a record of the brave and 
self-sacrificing service given to their Country during the Great 
War by 78 Members of the Staff of The National Bank of Scotland, 
We have need of such men in Britain to-day." 

The Memorial was thereafter dedicated by the Right 
Rev. A. Wallace Williamson, D.D. 



IV 



NAMES OF MEMBERS OF THE STAFF WHO 
FELL IN THE WAR 

ADAMSON, THOMAS D. M. 
AITKEN, ANDREW B. 
ALEXANDER, JOHN P. 
ALEXANDER, THOMAS M. 
BLACK, JOHN A. 
BLACKMAN, FRANCIS B. 
CALDER, GEORGE C. 
CALDWELL, WILLIAM P. 
CAMERON, WILLIAM. 
CHEYNE, ANDREW. 
CLARK, KENNETH H. 
CLERK, SMOLLETT D. M. 
CUNNINGHAM, CHARLES. 
DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER. 
DAVIDSON, JAMES D. 
EADIE, DAVID. 
FALCONER, ANDREW F. 
FERGUSON, ANDREW M. 
FINLAYSON, NORMAN G. 
FLETT, FREDERICK. 
FORREST, WILLIAM. 
FRENCH, WILLIAM A. S. 
FYALL, JOHN C. K. 
v 



GARSON, JOHN R. 
GILCHRIST, GEORGE. 
GOOD, WILLIAM K. 
GOURLAY, WILLIAM M. 
GRAHAM, WILLIAM. 
GRANT, LEWIS A. 
GUNN, RONALD S. 
HERDMAN, JAMES. 
JAMIESON, THOMAS. 
JONES, STANLEY F. G. 
KEDDIE, PETER. 
KING, ALEXANDER L. 
KINNEAR, DAVID. 
LAING, CRAWFORD E. 
LAUGHTON, JOHN A. 
LYON, JAMES. 
MANSON, ALEXANDER. 
MARSHALL, GEORGE F. 
MATHIAS, GEORGE E. 
MORISON, GEORGE C. 
MURRAY, DAVID M., M.M 
MACARTHUR, ALASTER. 
MACARTHUR, JOHN. 
MACDONALD, RONALD. 
MACLENNAN, RODERICK. 
M'NEILL, ARCHIBALD. 
NEILL, DAVID T. 
NEILL, WILLIAM. 
NICOLL, LEONARD O. 
vi 



NORRIS, ERNEST A. 
PETRIE, ALLAN S. 
PORTEOUS, HARRY M. 
PURDOM, ROBERT, junior. 
REID, HAROLD W. 
REID, JAMES. 
REID, JOHN. 
RENNY, JAMES. 
ROBERTSON, JOHN. 

ROSS, HUGH M'L. 
SCRIMGEOUR, ROBERT C. 
SERVICE, JAMES. 

SHEDDEN, THOMAS E. 

SINCLAIR, JOHN C. 

SMITH, A. DAVIDSON. 

STEWART, FREDERICK A., M.M. 

STURROCK, THOMAS G. G. 

TAIT, WILLIAM. 

TAYLOR, ROBERT W., M.C. 

TORRANCE, JAMES L. 

WARDEN, WILLIAM H. 

WEBSTER, ROBERT W. G. 

WEIR, WALTER. 

WIGHT, JOHN A. 

WILKIE, JOHN S. 

WISEMAN, THOMAS. 



vu 



Roll of Honour 



ABBOT, JAMES Falkirk 

Lieutenant, A. & S. Highlanders 

(Wounded) 

ABERDEIN, ANDREW FINDLAY Ayr 

Private, The Royal Scots 

ADAMSON, THOS. D. M'F. Selkirk 

Private, Scottish Rifles 

(Missing, ist August 191 8) 

AITKEN, ANDREW BALFOUR Elie 

Lance- Corporal, A. & S. Highlanders 

(Killed in Action, 3rd October 191 8) 

AITKEN, JAS. HUNTER Elie 

Lance-Corporal, Seaforth Highlanders 

(Wounded three times) 

ALEXANDER, JOHN PETRIE Edinburgh 

Lieutenant, Royal Air Force Haymarket 

(Died of Wounds, 14th May 1917. Mentioned in Dispatches) 

ALEXANDER, SYDNEY WOOD Girvan 

Lance-Corporal, Scottish Rifles 

ALEXANDER, THOS. LOGAN Whithorn 

Sgt.-Major, Honourable Artillery Company 

(Wounded. Awarded Meritorious^Service Medal. Mentioned in 
Dispatches) 



Roll of Honour 



ALEXANDER, THOS. MITCHELL 
2nd Lieutenant, K.O.S.B. 

(Killed in Action, 12th July 1915) 



Selkirk 



ALLAN, CECIL E. A. Inverkeithing 

Corporal, Royal Army Medical Corps 

ALLAN, HARRY Fauldhouse 

2nd Lieutenant, Northamptonshire Regiment 

ALLAN, JOHN BLACK Burntisland 

Lance-Corporal, The Black Watch 

(Awarded Military Medal) 



ANDERSON, ANDREW 

Lieutenant, A. & S. Highlanders 

ANDREW, JOHN ALEXANDER 

Private, The Royal Scots 

ARCHIBALD, JAMES 

Sergeant, The Royal Scots 

(Awarded Meritorious Service Medal) 



Greenock 

West End 

Rutherglen 



Musselburgh 



•N 



ARMOUR, WILLIAM Kilmarnock 

Lance-Corporal, Highland Light Infantry 



ARNOT, GEORGE 

Private, Seaforth Highlanders 

(Wounded) 

2 



Edinburgh 
Blenheim PL 



Roll of Honour 



AUSTIN, CHARLES ISAAC Girvan 

2nd Lieutenant, Royal Scots Fusiliers 



BANNATYNE, ALEXANDER 

Private, Royal Scots Fusiliers 

BARBOUR, GRAHAM 

Sergeant, The Royal Scots 

(Awarded Military Medal. Wounded) 



Glasgow 
Sauchiehall St, 

Johnstone 



BARCLAY, GEORGE ROGER 

Pioneer, Royal Engineers 



Edinburgh 

High Street 



BARCLAY, JAMES 

Private, Seaforth Highlanders 

(Wounded three times) 



London Office 



BARRIE, DAVID ARTHUR 

Gunner, Royal Field Artillery 

(Wounded) 

BARRIE, JOHN SAMSON 

Private, The Black Watch 



BELL, EDWARD GRAHAM 

Private, The Royal Scots 

3 



Brechin 



Kirriemuir 



BEATTIE, WILLIAM BRUNTON Arbroath 

Corporal, Royal Garrison Artillery 



Paisley 



Roll of Honour 



BELL, JAMES, junior Carnoustie 

Paymaster- Lieutenant, Royal Naval Reserve 

BELL, ROBERT JOHN Rutherglen 

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery 

BIRRELL, ROBT. REID London Office 

Lieutenant, Royal Lancashire Regiment 



BISSET, GEORGE CHIVAS 

Private, Gordon Highlanders 

(Wounded) 



Aberdeen 



BLACK, GILBERT Head Office 

Coy. Sgt.-Major, The Royal Scots 

BLACK, JOHN ADAMSON Newton Stewart 

Private, Highland Light Infantry 

(Killed in Action, ist November 1916) 

BLACK, WM. PATRICK 

Cadet, Edin. Univ. O.T.C. 

BLACKMAN, FRANCIS BUSH 

Lance-Corporal, The Black Watch 

(Killed in Action, 20th July 191 8) 

BLACKWOOD, JAS. BEVERIDGE 
Private, The Royal Scots 

(Wounded twice) 

4 



Newton Stewart 



Kirkintilloch 



Galashiels 



Roll of Honour 



BLANE, QUINTIN GRAHAM 

Lieutenant, Royal Scots Fusiliers 

BOND, UNCAS ALEX. 

Lieutenant, K.O.S.B. 



Glasgow 
St. Enoch Sq. 

Kelso 



BOWYER, WILLIAM JOHN 

Private, Highland Light Infantry 

BREMNER, ARCHIBALD ALEX. 

Sergeant, Machine Gun Corps 

BROADFOOT, JOHN 

Sgt.-Major, R.A.S.C. (M.T.) 

(Mentioned in Dispatches) 



Leith 



Aberdeen 



Glasgow Office 



BRODIE, GEORGE WILLIAM Gourock 

Paymaster Lieut. -Commander, R.N.V.R. 



BRODIE, JAMES 

Lance-Corporal, K.O.S.B. 

BROWN, DAVID MOFFAT 

Lieutenant, Royal Air Force 

(Gassed) 



Dalkeith 



Glasgow 

Crosshill 



BROWN, HECTOR MACDONALD Glasgow 

Corporal, Highland Light Infantry Trongate 

(Wounded) 



Roll of Honour 



BROWN, JAMES DRUMMOND Hawick 

Trooper, Lothian and Border Horse 

BROWN, JOHN ALLAN, junior Dundee 

Private, The Black Watch 

(Wounded) 

BROWN, WILLIAM CRAIG 
Lieutenant, K.O.S.B. 

BROWNLIE, THOMAS 

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery 

BRUCE, ALEX. DOUGLAS 

Gunner, Royal Field Artillery 

BRUCE, JAMES GEORGE 

Private, Highland Light Infantry 

BRUCE, JOHN ROBERT 

2nd Lieutenant, Essex Regiment 

BUCHANAN, JOSEPH MILLER 

Lieutenant, Highland Light Infantry 

BUIE, MURDOCH M'NEILL 

Aircraft Mech. (ist Class), R.A.F. 

CALDER, GEORGE COOPER 

Private, Seaforth Highlanders 

(Killed in Action, 15th December 1917) 

6 



Glasgow 
St. Enoch Sq. 

Anstruther 



Edinburgh 

High Street 

Kelso 



London Office 



Dundee 



Clydebank 



Head Office 



Roll of Honour 



CALDWELL, WILLIAM PATERSON London Office 
Corporal, London Regt., Rifle Brigade 

(Killed in Action, 28th March 191 8) 

CAMERON, COLIN JOHN Stornoway 

Signaller, Royal Garrison Artillery 

CAMERON, HUGH London Office 

Lieutenant, A. & S. Highlanders 

(Wounded. Mentioned in Dispatches) 

CAMERON, WILLIAM Helensburgh 

2nd Lieutenant, Cameron Highlanders 

(Killed in Action, 17th June 191 8) 



CAMPBELL, ANDREW 

Coy. Q.M.S., Scottish Rifles 



Glasgow 
St. Enoch Sq. 



CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD CHRISTIAN Fort William 
2nd Lieutenant, Royal Air Force 

(Wounded) 

CAMPBELL, DAVID RONALD Glasgow 

Sergeant, Royal Garrison Artillery Gallowgate 



CAMPBELL, JAMES M'NIE 

Lieutenant, Royal Air Force 

7 



Head Office 



Roll of Honour 



CAMPBELL, WILLIAM DUFF Oban 

2nd Lieutenant, Lancashire Fusiliers 

(Wounded twice) 



CHEYNE, ANDREW 

Private, The Royal Scots 

(Died of Wounds, 14th April 191 5) 



Edinburgh 

Leith Walk 



CHRISTIE, CHARLES 
Sergeant, K.O.S.B. 



Fort William 



CLARK, KENNETH HERBERT Johnstone 

2nd Lieutenant, A. & S. Highlanders 

(Killed in Action, 30th September 1917) 



CLARK, ROBERT 

Colonel, The Royal Scots 

(Awarded Order of the British Empire) 



Edinburgh 

Leith Walk 



CLARK, WILLIAM 

Lieutenant, The Black Watch 



Barrhead 



CLERK, SMOLLETT D. M'G. 

Private, The Royal Scots 

(Killed in Action, 28th June 191 5) 



Edinburgh 

Leith Walk 



CLERK, WALTER JAMES 

Corporal, The Royal Scots 



(Wounded) 



8 



Edinburgh 
Blenheim Place 



Roll of Honour 



CLOUSTON, VICTOR STUART Stromness 

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery 

* (Wounded twice) 

COLQUHOUN, DOUGLAS London Office 

Lieutenant, Royal Naval Air Service 



CORMACK, JAMES 

Private, The Black Watch 



Anstruther 



CORRIGAL, ARTHUR 

2nd Lieut., Seaforth Highlanders 

COWAN, JAMES SCOTT 

Able Seaman, Royal Navy 



Edinburgh 

Haymarket 

Hawick 



COWAN, JOHN Glasgow Office 

Captain, The Royal Scots 

(Wounded. Awarded Military Cross. Mentioned in Dispatches) 



COWAN, JOHN 

Private, Gordon Highlanders 

CRAIG, GEORGE 

Corporal, Seaforth Highlanders 



Glasgow 

Paisley Road 

Arbroath 



CRICHTON, ROBERT GRANT Coupar-Angus 

Lance-Corporal, Gordon Highlanders 

(Wounded) 
B 9 



Roll of Honour 



CULLUM, FREDERICK HENSON London Office 

Rifleman, Rifle Brigade 

CUNNINGHAM, CHARLES Edinburgh 

Private, The Black Watch Portobello 

(Died, 14th September 191 7) 

CUTHBERTSON, JOHN Elgin 

Bombardier, Royal Garrison Artillery 

DAGG, THOMAS PERCIVAL Cupar Fife 

Cadet, Royal Army Service Corps 

DANDIE, ALEXANDER S. O. Musselburgh 

Lieutenant, Royal Garrison Artillery 

(Wounded) 

DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER Glasgow 

Private, Highland Light Infantry Crosshill 

(Killed in Action, 29th September 191 8) 

DAVIDSON, JAMES Montrose 

Private, A. & S. Highlanders 

DAVIDSON, JAMES DONALD Kirkwall 

Private, Cameron Highlanders 

(Killed, i8thMay 1915) 

DICKSON, JOHN London Office 

Captain, King's Own Scottish Borderers 

(Wounded twice) 

IO 



Roll of Honour 



DINGWALL, PETER Aberdeen 

2nd Lieutenant, The Black Watch 

DOBBIE, JAMES Hamilton 

2nd Lieutenant, Royal Air Force 

DON, ROBERT MACFARLANE Glasgow Office 

Private, Highland Light Infantry 



DONALDSON, DAVID 

Corporal, Gordon Highlanders 



Head Office 



DOUGALL, DAVID KELTIE Dunfermline 

Lance- Corporal, Dragoon Guards 

(Wounded) 

DOUGLAS, ANDREW PICKERING Edinburgh 

Lance-Corporal, Cameron Highlanders Gorgie 

(Wounded twice) 

DOUGLAS, HARRY JOHN Perth West End 

2nd Lieutenant, Gordon Highlanders 

(Wounded) 



DOWIE, ALEXANDER Carnoustie 

Captain, Armoured Motor Battery 

DREVER, DAVID LAUGHTON Stromness 

Major, Royal Garrison Artillery 

ii 



Roll of Honour 




DUNCAN, JAMES 


Grantown-on- 


Gunner, Royal Field Artillery 


Spey 


DUTHIE, ALFRED BRUCE 


Cowdenbeath 


Corporal, Army Pay Corps 




EADIE, DAVID 


Glasgow 


2nd Lieutenant, Scottish Rifles 


Sauchiehall St. 


(Killed in Action, ioth May 191 8) 





EDGAR, HERBERT JAMES PATON Head Office 
Lieutenant, A. & S. Highlanders 



ELPHINSTONE, ARTHUR JOHN 
Captain, R.E. (Signals) 

(Wounded) 



Head Office 



ERSKINE, ROBERT GEORGE Edinburgh 

2nd Lieut., Royal Garrison Artillery Canonmills 

(Wounded) 



FAIRS, GEORGE 

Corporal, The Royal Scots 

(Wounded twice) 



Wishaw 



FALCONER, ANDREW FALCONER Dundee 
Lance-Corporal, A. & S. Highlanders 

(Killed in Action, 23 rd March 191 8) 
12 



Roll of Honour 



FERGUSON, ANDREW MILLER 

Private, Highland Light Infantry 

(Killed in Action, 18th November 1916) 

FERGUSON, GEORGE NISBET 

Wireless Telegraphist, R.N.V.R. 

FERGUSON, GEORGE RUSSELL 
Lieutenant, Scottish Rifles 

(Wounded) 

FERGUSON, WILLIAM FORBES 

Lieutenant, Scottish Rifles 

FINLAYSON, IAN WARRACK 

Lieutenant, Gordon Highlanders 

(Wounded) 

FINLAYSON, NORMAN GILBERT 
Private, Seaforth Highlanders 

(Died of Wounds, 10th April 1917) 

FIRTH, JOHN NIMMO 

Guardsman, Scots Guards 

FISHER, ALEXANDER D. L. 

Lance-Corporal, Royal Engineers 



Glasgow 

Paisley Road 

Galashiels 



Glasgow 

Trongate 

Glasgow 

Argyle Street 

Aberdeen 



Edinburgh 

Leith Walk 

Glasgow 

Govan Road 

Edinburgh 

Gorgie 



FLETT, FREDERICK Kirkwall 

2nd Lieutenant, Seaforth Highlanders 

(Accidentally Killed, 9th March 19 18) 
B* 13 



! 






Roll of Honour 



FLETT, GEORGE Arbroath 

Lieutenant, Seaforth Highlanders 

(Wounded three times. Awarded Military Cross) 

FLETT, NORMAN Stromness 

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery 

FORBES, GEORGE CHARLES Dalkeith 

Guardsman, Scots Guards 

(Wounded) 



FORD, WILLIAM ANDREW 

2nd Lieutenant, Queen Victoria's Rifles 

(Wounded) 



London Office 



FORREST, WILLIAM 

Private, Highland Light Infantry 

(Killed in Action, 20th May 191 7) 

FORRESTER, GILBERT M. H. 

Private, Seaforth Highlanders 

(Wounded) 

FORSYTH, DAVID 

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery 

FOSTER, ALEXANDER 

Corporal, Royal Air Force 

FOTHERINGHAM, THOMAS G. 

Private, Highland Light Infantry 

14 



Glasgow 



St. George's 
Cross 



Cupar Fife 



Stornoway 



Anstruther 



Glasgow 



Partick 



Roll of Honour 



FOX, ROBERT DUNCAN Dundee 

Cadet, Edinburgh University O.T.C. Hilltown 

FRASER, DONALD Glasgow 

Lieutenant, Royal Scots Fusiliers St. Enoch Sq. 

(Wounded) 

FRASER, EON R. D. Fort William 

2nd Lieutenant, Indian Army 

FRASER, FRANCIS ROBERT Forres 

Private, The Black Watch 

(Wounded twice) 

FRASER, JOHN Inverness 

Corporal, Royal Horse Artillery 

FRASER, JOHN WILLIAM Portree 

Lance-Corporal, Cameron Highlanders 

(Wounded) 

FRASER, WILLIAM MACDONALD Dingwall 
Lance-Corporal, Seaforth Highlanders 

FRENCH, WILLIAM ALEX. SMITH Forres 
2nd Lieutenant, Seaforth Highlanders 

(Balled in Action, 16th May 19 17) 



FULTON, DAVID 

Lance-Corporal, K.O.S.B, 

15 



Cambuslang 



Roll of Honour 



FYALL, JOHN C. K. 

Private, The Royal Scots 

(Killed in Action, 19th April 191 7) 



Edinburgh 

Gorgie 



GAIR, ANDREW Aberdeen 
Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery 

GALLOWAY, ROBERT STIRLING Edinburgh 

Sergeant, The Royal Scots Tollcross 

GALLOWAY, WILLIAM Edinburgh 

2nd Lieutenant, The Royal Scots Newington 

(Wounded) 



GARSON, JOHN RAE 

Private, The Black Watch 

(Missing, 10th April 191 8) 



Stromness 



GAULD, JOHN Glasgow 

2nd Lieutenant, London Regiment Bothwell St, 

(Wounded twice. Awarded Military Cross) 

GEMMELL, MATTHEW, junior Paisley 

Lance- Corporal, Gordon Highlanders 

(Wounded) 



GILCHRIST, GEORGE Glasgow Office 

Private, Royal Warwickshire Regiment 

(Killed in Action, 4th October 1917) 

16 






i 



Roll of Honour 



GILCHRIST, WILLIAM RITCHIE 

Corporal, The Royal Scots 

(Awarded Military Medal) 



Edinburgh 
Blenheim PL 



GILCHRIST, WILLIAM TODD 
Corporal, Royal Field Artillery 



Glasgow 
St. Enoch Sq, 



GILLESPIE, ROBERT 

Lieutenant, K.O.S.B, 



Glasgow 

Gallowgate 



GILLIES, JOHN 

Corporal, Royal Air Force 



Inveraray 



GLEN, ROBERT BALFOUR KIRK Cowdenbeath 

Lieutenant, The Royal Scots 



GOOD, WILLIAM KNIGHT 

Captain, The Royal Scots 

(Killed in Action, 27th February 191 8) 



Head Office 



GOODALL, WILLIAM Berwick 

Sergeant, Seaforth Highlanders 



GOODWIN, ALEX. Cowdenbeath 

Sergeant, Royal Army Service Corps 
c i 7 



Roll of Honour 



GOURLAY, WILLIAM MILLAR 

2nd Lieutenant, Royal Air Force 

(Accidentally Killed, October 191 8) 

GRAHAM, ROBERT 

Lieutenant, K.O.S.B. 

(Wounded twice) 

GRAHAM, WILLIAM 

Sergeant, Royal Air Force 

(Died, 14th December 191 8) 



Burntisland 



Stirling 



Glasgow Offxe 



GRAHAM, WILLIAM 
Corporal, K.O.S.B. 



Motherwell 



GRANT, LEWIS ALEXANDER 

Sergeant, Gordon Highlanders 

(Died of Wounds, 2nd August 191 7) 



Peterhead 



GRAY, ROBERT GREENFIELD Edinburgh 

Bombardier, Royal Field Artillery Newington 



GREEN, MAXIMILIAN JOHN 

Lieutenant, Rifle Brigade 

(Wounded twice) 



London Office 



GREGSON, ARTHUR ROBERT Berwick 

Corporal, Highland Light Infantry 

(Wounded) 

18 



Roll of Honour 



GRIERSON, WILLIAM 

Private, Royal Scots Fusiliers 



Castle Douglas 



GUNN, RONALD STUART Edinburgh 

Lance-Corp., Cameron Highlanders Canonmills 

(Killed, 23rd September 191 5) 

HAMILTON, FRANK Leith 

Corporal, The Royal Scots 

(Wounded) 

HANNAH, GEORGE LAPSLEY Falkirk 

Private, A. & S. Highlanders 

HART, FREDERICK GEORGE Head Office 

Captain, Seaforth Highlanders 

(Wounded twice. Awarded Military Cross) 

HENDERSON, JOHN Glasgow 

Lance-Corp., Highland Light Infantry Partick 

HERDMAN, JAMES Head Office 

Lieutenant, The Royal Scots 

(Died of Wounds, 9th May 1917) 

HOLMES, WILLIAM 

Private, Gordon Highlanders 

(Wounded) 

HOPE, WILFRED SCOTT Forres 

Sergeant, Gordon Highlanders 

19 



Lochwinnoch 



Roll of Honour 



HOPKINS, JAMES ALEXANDER 
Lance-Corporal, Royal Fusiliers 

(Wounded. Awarded Military Medal) 

HOUSTON, JAMES SMELLIE 

Sergeant, Royal Field Artillery 

HUME, WILLIAM ALEXANDER 

Private, Gordon Highlanders 

(Wounded. Awarded Military Medal) 

INGLIS, JAMES 

Sergeant, A. & S. Highlanders 

(Wounded) 

INGLIS, JOHN 

Corporal, Scottish Horse 

IRELAND, MATTHEW NORWELL 

2nd Lieutenant, Royal Air Force 

JAMIESON, THOMAS 

Private, A. & S. Highlanders 

(Killed in Action, 17th May 191 5) 

JAMIESON, WILLIAM HENRY 

Captain, Fife & Forfar Yeomanry 

(Wounded) 

JEFFREY, JAMES 

Private, Royal Army Service Corps 

20 



London Office 



Glasgow Office 

Glasgow 

Paisley Road 

Dunfermline 



Kirkcaldy 

Pathhead 

Anstruther 



Stirling 



Head Office 



Brechin 



Roll of Honour 



JENKINS, ARCHIBALD 

Private, Royal Scots Fusiliers 

JENKINS, ROSS TOWNSEND 
Sergeant, The Royal Scots 

JONES, STANLEY FOX GORE 

2nd Lieutenant, Wiltshire Regiment 

(Killed in Action, 7th June 1917) 



Dumfries 



Head Office 



London Office 



JONES, WILLIAM G. F. Anstruther 

2nd Lieutenant, The Royal Scots 

(Wounded three times) 



KEDDIE, PETER 


Edinburgh 


Private, The Royal Scots 


Portobello 


(Died, 9th November 191 8) 




KEECH, GILBERT FREDERICK 


Edinburgh 


Captain, The Royal Scots 


Gorgie 


KEMP, EDWIN M. 0. 


Edinburgh 


Lieutenant, The Royal Scots 


Haymarket 


KENNEDY, JOHN 


London Office 



Corporal, London Scottish 

(Wounded) 

KENNEDY, JOHN 

Private, Scottish Rifles 
c* 21 



Coatbridge 



Roll of Honour 



KERR, ALEXANDER HARRISON Brechin 

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery 

KERR, CATHEL JOHN Head Office 

Signaller, Royal Garrison Artillery 



KIDD, ARCHIBALD Carnoustie 

Sapper, Royal Engineers (Signals) 

KIDD, BRUCE Forfar 

Lance-Corporal, R.E. (Signals) 



KILLEY, WILLIAM IAN 
L./Bombardier, R.G.A. 



Edinburgh 

Portobello 



KING, ALEXANDER LINDSAY Glasgow Office 

2nd Lieutenant, Highland Light Infantry 

(Killed in Action, 9th April 191 8) 



KINNEAR, DAVID 

Private, London Scottish 

(Bailed in Action, 29th November 19 17) 



London Office 



KIRK, JOHN ARCHIBALD OLIVER East Linton 
Lance-Corporal, Highland Light Infantry 



LAING, CRAWFORD EWING 

Private, Highland Light Infantry 

(Killed in Action, 17th May 191 5) 
22 



Glasgow 
Renfield Street 



Roll of Honour 



LAING, HORACE CANNAN 

Captain, Royal Garrison Artillery 

LAING, JOHN LIDELL 

Sapper, Royal Engineers (Signals) 

LAUGHTON, JOHN ALFRED 

Private, Seaforth Highlanders 

(Killed in Action, 9th September 19 16) 

LAW, ROBERT 

Private, Royal Army Service Corps 

LESLIE, RANALD J. M. 

Corporal, The Royal Scots 

(Awarded Military Medal) 

LETHBRIDGE, TYNDALL 

Lieutenant, Royal Air Force 



Glasgow Office 



Elie 



Kirkwall 



Glasgow 



Hillhead 



Leith 



London Office 



LEUCHARS, JAMES WRIGHT Kirriemuir 

2nd Lieutenant, The Black Watch 



LIDDELL, WILLIAM 

Private, The Royal Scots 

(Wounded) 

LILLICO, HANS SCOTT 

Private, Cameron Highlanders 

(Wounded) 

23 



Falkirk 



Perth West End 



Roll of Honour 



LINDSAY, JAS. GORDON Dundee 

Lieutenant, Royal Field Artillery 

LINKLATER, ROBERT JOHNSTON Stromness 
Private, Seaforth Highlanders 

(Wounded and Gassed) 

LINLEY, RICHARD MUSGRAVE Inverness 

Private, London Scottish 

(Wounded twice) 

LITHGOW, GILBERT Glasgow 

Sergeant, Royal Garrison Artillery 



LITTLE, GEORGE RAIN 

Lieutenant, Labour Corps 

LITTLEJOHN, JAMES 

Pay Sergeant, R.A.S.C. (M.T.) 



Rutherglen 



London Office 



LIVINGSTONE, ALLAN Glasgow 

Private, Highland Light Infantry Sauchiehall St, 

(Wounded twice) 



LOCHHEAD, DANIEL 

2nd Writer, Royal Navy 

LOGAN, ARTHUR HAMILTON 

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery 

24 



Glasgow 

Paisley Road 

Head Office 



Roll of Honour 



LOUDON, WILLIAM DYKES 
Major, Scottish Rifles 



Hamilton 



LUFF, MARK Glasgow Office 

Corporal-Instructor, Reserve Cavalry 

LYON, JAMES Kilmarnock 

Private, The Royal Scots 

(Killed in Action, 28th March 191 8) 

LYON, JOHN WALLACE 

Captain, Royal Scots Fusiliers 

(Wounded) 

LYON, PETER LAMB 

Sergeant, A. & S. Highlanders 

MANN, STEWART SHIELDS 

Private, London Scottish 
(Wounded) 

MANSON, ALEXANDER 

Corp., Q. O. Glasgow Yeomanry 

(Died of Wounds, 10th July 1917) 

MARSHALL, GEORGE FAIRHOLM 

Lance-Corporal, The Royal Scots 

(Killed in Action, 23rd September 1917) 

MATHER, JOSEPH 

Sergeant, Royal Army Medical Corps 

D 25 



Glasgow Office 

Biggar 
Coupar-Angus 



Glasgow 
St. Enocli? Sq. 

Kirkcaldy 



Glasgow 

Anderston 



Roll of Honour 



MATHESON, MURDO FINLAYSON Ullapool 
Gunner, Royal Marine Artillery 



MATHESON, ROBERT 


Glasgow Office 


Captain, K.O.S.B. 




(Wounded. Awarded Military Cross) 




MATHIAS, GEORGE EDWIN 


Glasgow 


Private, Machine Gun Corps 


Renfield St. 


(Killed in Action, 24th August 19 16) 




MATSON, ANDREW 


Glasgow 


Gunner, Royal Field Artillery 


Trongate 



MAXWELL, WALTER HENDERSON Langholm 
Corporal, Royal Field Artillery 



MEARNS, WILLIAM RAMSAY 

Signaller, Royal Field Artillery 

MILLAR, ARCHIBALD DONALD 

Corporal, Machine Gun Corps 

MILLAR, STANLEY RODGER 
Bombardier, R.G.A. 

MILNE, HERBERT WILLIAM 
Private, The Royal Scots 

(Wounded twice) 

26 



Montrose 



Glasgow 
St. Enoch Sq. 

Edinburgh 

High Street 

Edinburgh 

West End 



Roll of Honour 



MITCHELL, ALAN GORDON 

Squad. Sergt.-Major, L. & B. Horse 

MITCHELL, DAVID FOWLER 
Corporal, Scottish Horse 

MITCHELL, JOHN MEIKLE 

Regt. Q.M.S., London Scottish 

MITCHELL, WILLIAM MEIKLE 

Sergeant, Highland Light Infantry 

MOIR, JAMES 

Captain, The Black Watch 

(Wounded) 

MOIR, JOHN 

Signaller, Royal Garrison Artillery 

MORISON, GEORGE CHARLES 

Private, The Royal Scots 

(Missing, May 191 8) 

MORISON, ROBERT CRAIG 

Private, Scottish Rifles 

MORLAND, WILLIAM 

2nd Lieutenant, Scottish Rifles 

MORRIS, ALISTAIR WALKER 
Private, The Royal Scots 

27 



Edinburgh 

Haymarket 

Anstruther 



London Office 



Fort William 



Head Office 



Burntisland 

Edinburgh 

High Street 

Kirkcaldy 

Pathhead 

Stranraer 



Edinburgh 

Bruntsfield 



Roll of Honour 



MORRISON, THOMAS LOGAN Whithorn 

Captain, Scottish Rifles 

(Wounded) 

MORSE, ARCHIBALD FREDERICK Kelso 
Lieutenant, Royal Scots Fusiliers 

(Wounded twice. Awarded Croix de Guerre) 

MORTON, ROBERT GILCHRIST Fauldhouse 

Lieutenant, Highland Light Infantry 

MUNRO, DONALD JOHN Glasgow Office 

Lance- Corporal, Seaforth Highlanders 

MUNRO, JOHN Anstruther 

Private, Machine Gun Corps 

MUNRO, MURDOCH Ullapool 

Corporal, Seaforth Highlanders 

(Awarded Military Medal) 

MURDOCH, JAMES Paisley 

2nd Lieutenant, The Royal Scots 

(Wounded twice) 

MURRAY, DAVID MARTIN Dumfries 

Sergeant, Scottish Rifles 

(Killed in Action, 22nd October 1917. Awarded Military Medal) 

MURRAY, JOHN GORDON Bathgate 

Lieutenant, Royal Air Force 

28 



Roll of Honour 



MACARTHUR, ALASTER Inveraray 

Captain, A. & S. Highlanders 

(Killed in Action, 13th November 1916) 

MACARTHUR, JOHN Greenock 

Private, Seaforth Highlanders 

(Died of Wounds, 1st April 191 5) 

MACAULAY, DONALD Stornoway 

Batt. Q.M.S., Royal Garrison Artillery 

M'AUSLIN, JAMES Head Office 

Lieutenant, A. & S. Highlanders 

(Wounded three times. Awarded Military Cross) 



Macbeth, alex. m< Arthur 

Corporal, The Black Watch 

M'BRIDE, GILBERT M'CALLUM 

Private, Highland Light Infantry 



Forres 



Edinburgh 

Tollcross 



M'CALLUM, CHARLES BLACKLER Perth 
Private, Royal West Kent Regiment 



M'CALLUM, JOHN 

Corporal, A. & S. Highlanders 

(Wounded twice) 



Oban 



M'CANDLISH, GEORGE London Office 

2nd Lieutenant, London Regiment 
D* 29 



Roll of Honour 



M'CONCHIE, DAVID 

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery 

M'CULLOCH, DONALD 

Leading Signaller, R.N.V.R. * 

M'CURTAIN, WILLIAM 
Clerk, Royal Air Force 

M'CUTCHEON, NEIL M'GOWAN 
Lance-Corporal, The Royal Scots 

(Wounded twice) 



Newton Stewart 



Oban 



London Office 



Glasgow 
Sauchiehall St, 



MACDONALD, ANGUS Portree 

Lance-Corporal, Seaforth Highlanders 

(Wounded) 

MACDONALD, ROBERT GAIR Head Office 

Lance-Corporal, Seaforth Highlanders 

MACDONALD, RODERICK W. Head Office 

Lieutenant, Royal Field Artillery 

MACDONALD, RONALD Portree 

Major, Cameron Highlanders 

(Died as result of Wounds, ioth June 1916) 

M'DOWALL, DAVID Stirling 

Lieutenant, The Black Watch 

(Mentioned in Dispatches) 

30 



Roll of Honour 



M'ELROY, HAROLD J. F. Helensburgh 

Lance-Corporal, A. & S. Highlanders 

(Wounded twice) 

M'EWAN, NORMAN Alloa 

Private, Royal Warwickshire Regiment 

(Wounded) 

M'EWEN, WALTER DAVID Head Office 

Captain, The Black Watch 

(Wounded twice. Awarded Military Cross) 

M' FAD YEN, GEORGE Hamilton 

Sergeant, Scottish Rifles 



MacGIBBON, ALEX. GARDNER 


Greenock 


Sergeant, Royal Field Artillery 




(Wounded) 




M'GREGOR, JOHN KENNETH 


Edinburgh 


Wireless Operator, Mercantile Marine Gorgie 


M'INTOSH, ANGUS MacCALMAN 


Glasgow 


Private, K.O.S.B. 


Trongate 


(Wounded) 




MACKINTOSH, NEIL 


Anstruther 



2nd Lieutenant, Tank Corps 

MACINTYRE, ARCHIBALD 

Captain, A. & S. Highlanders 

(Wounded) 

31 



Inveraray 



Roll of Honour 



M'lVER, DONALD JOHN Glasgow 

Private, Highland Light Infantry St George's 

Cross 

MACKAY, ARCHIBALD Glasgow 

Lance-Corporal, The Royal Scots Bothwell St. 

(Wounded) 

MACKAY, DUNCAN Helensburgh 

Sergeant, The Black Watch 

(Wounded) 

M'KELLAR, HUGH ALEXANDER Greenock 

Lieutenant, Highland Light Infantry 

M'KENZIE, CHARLES GRANT Forres 

Lieut .-Colonel, A. & S. Highlanders 

MACKENZIE, FREDERICK SCOTT Edinburgh 

Lieutenant, Cameron Highlanders West End 

MACKENZIE, GEORGE A. Bridgend Islay 

2nd Lieutenant, Royal Garrison Artillery 

MACKIE, FRANCIS JOHN BARRON Head Office 
Lieutenant, Royal Garrison Artillery 

MACLAUCHLAN, ARCHD. JAMES Barrhead 
Rifleman, Scottish Rifles 

32 



Roll of Honour 



MACLEAN, JOHN 

Corporal, Seaforth Highlanders 

(Wounded twice) 

M'LEAY, ALEX. 

Corporal, The Black Watch 

M'LELLAN, ARCHIBALD 

Cadet, Royal Garrison Artillery 

M'LELLAND, JAMES 

Private, Royal Fusiliers 

(Wounded) 

M'LENNAN, JAMES ROSS 

Lieutenant, The Royal Scots 

(Wounded twice. Awarded Military Cross) 

MACLENNAN, RODERICK 

Sergeant, Gordon Highlanders 

(Killed in Action, 21st April 191 7) 

M'MASTER, SAMUEL MITCHELL 
Corporal, Highland Light Infantry 

M'MILLAN, DONALD M'CRANE 

Guardsman, Scots Guards 

M'NAB, WILLIAM 

Coy. Q.M.S., Seaforth Highlanders 

(Wounded) 

E 33 



Portree 



Musselburgh 



Edinburgh 

West End 



Ayr 



Head Office 



Aberdeen 



Stranraer 



Glasgow 
St. Enoch Sq. 

Glasgow Office 



Roll of Honour 



MACNEE, CHAS. DANIEL STEPHEN 
Private, K.O.S.B. 

M'NEILL, ARCHIBALD 

Private, A. & S. Highlanders 

(Killed in Action, 12th July 191 5) 

M'NEILL, HUGH AITKEN 

Corporal, Royal Field Artillery 

MTHERSON, DUNCAN 

Corporal, Royal Engineers 

(Awarded Distinguished Conduct Medal) 

MACPHERSON, WILLIAM ALEX. 

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery 

MACRAE, LAURENCE GORDON 
Lance-Corporal, H.L.I. 

(Wounded) 

M'RITCHIE, JAMES 

Sergeant, R.A.M.C. 

M'TURK, JOHN HARRY CRAIG 
Private, A. & S. Highlanders 

(Wounded) 

NEILL, DAVID TAYLOR 

2nd Lieutenant, The Royal Scots 

(Missing, 3rd May 19 17) 

34 



Edinburgh 

Newington 

Greenock 



Glasgow 

Crosshill 

Rutherglen 



Nairn 



Edinburgh 

Portobello 



Aberdeen 



Rutherglen 



Edinburgh 

Tollcross^ 



Roll of Honour 



NEILL, WILLIAM Dalkeith 

Private, Royal Scots Fusiliers 

(Missing. Reported Killed, 12th April 191 8) 

NEILSON, GEORGE Johnstone 

Private, A. & S. Highlanders 

(Wounded) 



NICOLL, LEONARD ORRICK 

Lieutenant, The Black Watch 

(Killed in Action, 27th September 191 7) 



Dundee 



NORRIS, ERNEST ARTHUR Edinburgh 

2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps South Side 

(Killed between 22nd and 30th March 1917) 



OLIVER, WILLIAM 

Sergeant, The Black Watch 



Hawick 



ORROCK, COLIN MURRAY 

Corporal, Royal Field Artillery 

(Wounded) 



Stornoway 



PARK, STANLEY Edinburgh 

Lieutenant, A. & S. Highlanders High Street 

(Wounded) 



PATE, THOMAS 

Private, A. & S. Highlanders 

35 



Kirkintilloch 



Roll of Honour 



PAXTON, KERR 

Signaller, Royal Field Artillery 



Edinburgh 

High Street 



PETRIE, ALLAN STRACHAN London Office 

2nd Lieutenant, London Scottish 

(Killed in Action, ioth September 19 16) 



PETTIGREW, WILLIAM 

Sergeant, Seaforth Highlanders 

(Wounded) 



PICKEN, ANDREW 

2nd Lieutenant, Labour Corps 



East Linton 



PHILIP, HUGH CLARK Kirriemuir 

2nd Lieutenant, The Black Watch 



London Office 



PICKERSGILL, EDWIN GORDON Glasgow Office 
2nd Lieutenant, Highland Light Infantry 



PIRRIE, JOHN 

Corporal, Royal Engineers 



Rutherglen 



PORTEOUS, HARRY MORTON Head Office 

2nd Lieutenant, Highland Light Infantry 

(Killed in Action, 25th September 191 5) 



PORTER, WILLIAM . 

2nd Lieut., A. & S. Highlanders 

36 



Glasgow 

St. Enoch Sq, 



Roll of Honour 



POWRIE, ALBERT PETER 

Sergeant, The Black Watch 

PRICE, WILLIAM 

Signaller, Royal Field Artillery 



Dundee 



Dairy Ayrshire 



PRINGLE, JOHN ALLAN STEWART Carluke 
Air Craftsman, Royal Air Force 



PRITCHARD, PETER 

Corporal, Seaforth Highlanders 

PURDOM, ROBERT, junior 
Private, The Royal Scots 

(Killed in Action, 21st March 1917) 

RAE, RIDLEY SPEARMAN 

Seaman, Mercantile Marine 

REID, ERNEST LOUIS 

Lieutenant, London Scottish 

(Wounded) 



Edinburgh 

South Side 

Edinburgh 

West End 



Saltcoats 



London Office 



REID, HAROLD WILSON Inverness 

Lance- Corporal, Cameron Highlanders 

(Killed in Action, 16th June 191 5) 



REID, JAMES 

2nd Lieutenant, Scottish Rifles 

(Missing, 23rd October 1916) 

e* 37 



Glasgow 

Bothwell St, 



Roll of Honour 



REID, JOHN Edinburgh 

Lieutenant, Highland Light Infantry Canonmills 

(Killed in Action, April 191 8) 

RENNY, ALEXANDER BOYACK Brechin 

2nd Lieutenant, The Black Watch 



RENNY, JAMES 

Lieutenant, The Black Watch 

(Killed in Action, 26th September 1917) 



Head Office 



RITCHIE, ARTHUR 


London Office 


Private, London Scottish 




RITCHIE, FINLAY BELL 


Glasgow 


Driver, Royal Field Artillery 


Crosshill 


ROBERTSON, GEORGE RAE 


London Office 


Sergeant, London Scottish 




ROBERTSON, HENRY EDWARD 


Dundee 


Private, Highland Light Infantry 




(Wounded) 




ROBERTSON, JOHN 


Edinburgh 


Captain, The Royal Scots 


Blenheim PI 



(Killed in Action, 28th June 1915) 

ROBERTSON, THOMAS M' QUEEN Helensburgh 
Bombardier, Royal Garrison Artillery 

38 



Roll of Honour 



ROSS, ALEXANDER MILLIKIN Thurso 

Sergeant, Seaforth Highlanders 

ROSS, HUGH M'LEAN Glasgow 

Lance-Corporal, H.L.I. Renfield St. 

(Killed in Action, 2nd November 19 16) 

ROSS, WILLIAM M'KENZIE Lochwinnoch 

2nd Lieutenant, Royal Scots Fusiliers 

(Wounded twice) 

RUSSELL, JAMES BLACK Bathgate 

Lieutenant, Machine Gun Corps 

(Wounded three times. Awarded Military Cross. Mentioned 
in Dispatches) 

RUSSELL, ROBERT ROSS Head Office 

Captain, The Royal Scots 

(Wounded twice) 

RUTHERFORD, JAMES GEORGE Hawick 

Sergeant, King's Own Scottish Borderers 

SCOTT, DONALD MTHERSON Kirkwall 

Paymaster Sub-Lieutenant, R.N.R. 

SCOTT, WILLIAM Gourock 

Corporal, R.A.M.C. 

SCRIMGEOUR, ROBERT CAMPBELL Aberdeen 
Private, Royal Fusiliers 

(Killed in Action, 17th February 1917) 

39 



Roll of Honour 



SERVICE, JAMES 

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery 

(Died, nth June 191 9) 

SHANKS, ALEXANDER 

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery 

SHARP, FREDERICK WILLIAM 
Private, Army Veterinary Corps 

SHAW, JAMES 

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery 

SHEDDEN, THOMAS EDGAR 
Lance-Corporal, H.L.I. 

(Killed in Action, 22nd August 19 16) 

SHEPPARD, PERCY 

Sergeant, Royal Irish Fusiliers 

(Wounded) 

SIM, FRANCIS RANKEN 

Lieutenant, Cameron Highlanders 

(Wounded) 

SIM, JAMES BOWIE 

Lance-Corporal, Scottish Rifles 

(Wounded) 

SIMPSON, JOHN GRANT 

Lieutenant-Colonel, The Royal Scots 

40 



Glasgow Office 



Kilsyth 



Edinburgh 

Portobello 

Oban 



Glasgow 

Paisley Road 

London Office 



Leith 



Glasgow 



Partick 



Head Office 



Roll of Honour 



SINCLAIR, JOHN CLEUGH 

Private, Gordon Highlanders 

(Killed in Action, 29th August 19 18) 

SKINNER, WILLIAM FLEMING 

Sergeant, Fife & Forfar Yeomanry 

SLOSS, JAMES BROWN 

Private, The Black Watch 

SMALL, HUGH LOW 

Seaman, Royal Navy 

SMITH, ADAM DAVIDSON 

Captain, The Royal Scots 

(Killed in Action, 2nd October 191 8) 

SMITH, JOHN ALEXANDER 

Corporal, Cyclist Corps 

SMITH, LAURENCE 

Private, Gordon Highlanders 



Head Office 



Kirkcaldy 



Dairy Ayrshire 



Edinburgh 

Portobello 

Edinburgh 

West End 



Forfar 



Kirkcaldy 

Pathhead 



SMITH, ROBERT Glasgow Office 

2nd Lieutenant, Highland Light Infantry 

(Wounded) 



SMITH, RODERICK JOHN 

Lieutenant, Seaforth Highlanders 

(Wounded) 
F 4 I 



Greenock 

West End 



Roll of Honour 



SPAVEN, EDWARD FRANCIS Edinburgh 

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery Hay market 



SPENCE, DAVID 

Private, Hussars 



Cupar Fife 



SPENCE, WILLIAM Edinburgh 

Corporal, 51st Bde. Div. Artillery Leith Walk 



SPITTAL, JOHN 

Private, London Scottish 

(Wounded) 



London Office 



SPROTT, LEO RAE Wigtown 

Private, Royal Army Medical Corps 



STEELE, ALEXANDER W. D. 

Corporal, Seaforth Highlanders 

(Wounded. Awarded Military Medal) 

STEVENSON, WILLIAM 

Private, Seaforth Highlanders 

(Wounded) 



Grantown-on- 
Spey 

Barrhead 



STEWART, DENNISTOUN Glasgow 

2nd Lieutenant, Somerset Light Infantry Hillhead 

STEWART, FREDERICK A. Kirkcaldy 

Private, The Royal Scots 

(Killed in Action, 23rd August 191 8. Awarded Military Medal) 

42 



. 






Roll of Honour 



STEWART, GEORGE 

Air Craftsman, Royal Air Force 



Clydebank 



STEWART, MATTHEW 

Private, The Royal Scots 

STEWART, RICHARD 

Sapper, Royal Engineers 



Saltcoats 



Cambuslang 



STIRLING, ALEXANDER MILLAR Glasgow 

Pioneer, Royal Engineers Bridgeton 



STRANG, THOMAS WATERS 

Sergeant, Machine Gun Corps 



Stirling 



STROYAN, PETER Newton Stewart 

Sergeant, Royal Army Service Corps 



STRUTHERS, WILLIAM MATTHEW Glasgow 

Lieutenant, Tank Corps Argyle Street 

(Wounded) 

STUART, JOHN London Office 

Lance-Corporal, London Scottish 

(Wounded) 



STUART, ROBERT 

Corporal, Royal Engineers 

43 



Banff 



Roll of Honour 



STURROCK, NORMAN 

Lance-Corporal, The Royal Scots 

STURROCK, THOMAS G. G. 

2nd Lieutenant, Royal Air Force 

(Killed in Action, 16th October 1916) 

SUTHERLAND, ANDREW R. 

Leading Telegraphist, R.N.V.R. 

TAIT, GEORGE STEPHENSON 

Private, Royal Army Medical Corps 

TAIT, WILLIAM 

Private, Highland Light Infantry 

(Killed in Action, 1st July 191 6) 

TAYLOR, JAMES 

Private, The Royal Scots 

(Wounded) 



Head Office 



Leith 



Leven 



Kirkcaldy 

Pathhead 

Glasgow Office 



Edinburgh 

West End 

Thurso 



TAYLOR, ROBERT WILLIAM 

Lieutenant, Royal Field Artillery 

(Died of Wounds, 26th October 1917. Awarded Military Cross) 

TAYLOR, THOMAS STEVENS Head Office 

Lieutenant, City of London Yeomanry 

TEVENDALE, JOHN GOFF Glasgow 

Lance-Corporal, H.L.I. Argyle Street 

(Wounded twice. Awarded Military Medal) 

44 



Roll of Honour 



THEXTON, WILLIAM ARKEFRITH Aberdeen 
Corporal, Royal Field Artillery 

THOMSON, ARTHUR ALEXANDER Glasgow 

Sapper, Royal Engineers Gallowgate 

THOMSON, HUGH ROBERT A. Glasgow 

Lieutenant, Machine Gun Corps Springburn 

THOMSON, JOHN Ayr 

Lieutenant, Highland Light Infantry 

THOMSON, JOHN Perth West End 

Lieutenant, Royal Garrison Artillery 

THOMSON, ROBERT JENKINSON Edinburgh 

Lieutenant, K.O.S.B. Haymarket 

(Wounded) 



TORRANCE, ALFRED 

Mechanic, Royal Air Force 



Edinburgh 
Blenheim PL 



TORRANCE, JAMES LENNOX 
Driver, Royal Field Artillery 

(Died, 29th October 191 8) 



Glasgow 

St. Rollox 



TWEDDLE, ALEXANDER MOFFAT Jedburgh 
Private, Highland Light Infantry 
f* 45 



Roll of Honour 



TWEEDIE, WILLIAM JOHN 

Private, Essex Regiment 

VINE, REGINALD HENRY 

Lance-Corporal, The Royal Scots 

WALLACE, ANDREW J. S. 
Lieutenant, K.O.S.B. 

WALLACE, MALCOLM B. 

Captain, Scottish Rifles 

(Wounded twice) 

WALLACE, WILLIAM M'NAIRN 
Sergeant, Royal Field Artillery 

(Wounded) 

WANDS, GEORGE 

Sergeant, Royal Scots Fusiliers 

WARDEN, WILLIAM HERBERT 

Trooper, Berkshire Yeomanry 

(Killed in Action, 27th November 1917) 



Lochmaben 



Anstruther 



Dumfries 



Glasgow Office 



Wigtown 



Head Office 



Edinburgh 

Canonmills 



WATT, JOHN Glasgow 

Private, Highland Light Infantry Trongate 

WEBSTER, JOHN JOHNSTON Falkirk 

Lance-Corporal, A. & S. Highlanders 

(Wounded) 

46 



Roll of Honour 



WEBSTER, ROBERT W. G. Glasgow Office 

Lance- Corporal, Gordon Highlanders 

(Killed in Action, 23rd July 191 8) 

WEIR, JOHN Paisley 

Lance-Corporal, A. & S. Highlanders 

(Wounded) 



WEIR, NIVEN MUIR 

Private, Scottish Rifles 



Glasgow Office 



WEIR, WALTER 

Private, Gordon Highlanders 

(Killed in Action, 31st July 1917) 



Clydebank 



WELLS, JOHN WILLIAM 

Lieutenant, The Royal Scots 

(Wounded twice) 



Head Office 



WELSH, WILLIAM 

Private, Scottish Rifles 



Newton Stewart 



WHITE, NEIL SMITH 

Sergeant, Scottish Rifles 

(Wounded) 



Glasgow 

Gallowgate 



WHYTE, DAVID 

Sergeant, The Royal Scots 

47 



Head Office 



Roll of Honour 




WIGHT, JOHN ALEXANDER 


Glasgow 


Private, Scottish Rifles 


Gallowgate 


(Killed in Action, 29th October 191 6) 




WILBY, ERIC MAGER 


Glasgow 


Signalman, R.N.V.R. 


Hillhead 


WILKIE, JOHN STEWART 


Dunfermline 



Captain, Highland Light Infantry 

(Killed in Action, 13th April 191 7) 



WILKIE, WILLIAM 

Private, The Royal Scots 

(Wounded twice) 

WILLIAMS, CHARLES JAMES 
Private, London Regiment 



Selkirk 



Langholm 



WILSON, HAROLD JAMES Elgin 

Lieutenant, Cameron Highlanders 

(Mentioned in Dispatches) 



WILSON, JAMES 

Private, The Black Watch 

(Wounded) 



Dunfermline 



WILSON, JOHN Glasgow 

Lieutenant, Lanarkshire Yeomanry Sauchiehall St, 

(Wounded) 

48 



Roll of Honour 



WILSON, PETER WILLIAM 

Private, Fife & Forfar Yeomanry 



Head Office 



WINGATE, THOMAS 


Stirling 


Corporal, A. & S. Highlanders 




(Wounded) 




WISEMAN, THOMAS 


Glasgow 


Lance-Corporal, The Royal Scots 


St. Rollox 


(Killed in Action, 25 th April 191 8) 




WOOD, ALEXANDER, junior 


Head Office 



Private, A. & S. Highlanders 

WOOD, JAMES FOLSETTER Kirkwall 

Lieutenant, Royal Garrison Artillery 

WOOD, JOHN BRUCE Head Office 

Lieut. -Colonel, Gordon Highlanders 

(Wounded. Awarded D.S.O., M.C., and Croix de Guerre. Men- 
tioned in Dispatches) 



WOOLNOUGH, DONALD 

Rifleman, Rifle Brigade 

WORLING, HERBERT 

Corporal, Scottish Horse 

WRIGHT, LAURENCE 

Corporal, Artists Rifles 
G 49 



London Office 



Aberdeen 



Edinburgh 

Canonmills 



Roll of Honour 



YELLOWLEES, DAVID MacKINLAY Glasgow Office 
Lieutenant, A. & S. Highlanders 

(Wounded) 



YORKE, REGINALD CHARLES 

Lieutenant, Cheshire Regiment 



London Office 



YOUNG, PETER W. F. 

Private, Gordon Highlanders 



Edinburgh 

South Side 



So 



The following honours were gained by Members of the 
Bank's Staff :— 



Order of the British Empire 
Distinguished Service Order 
Military Cross . 
Distinguished Conduct Medal 
Meritorious Service Medal 
Military Medal 
Mentioned in Dispatches . 
French Croix de Guerre . 



i 
i 

ii 
i 

2 
II 

9 

2 



Si 



PRINTED BY 

MORRISON AND GIBB LIMITED 

EDINBURGH 



1